From Ford’s decision to give workers a wage high enough to afford a Model T to 3M’s oft-copied practice of giving engineers time to dream, singular decisions result in singular companies and products. Here are a few you can learn from.
"We have 450 million Firefox users, and they're all going to have a smartphone or tablet," says Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs. "I don't know how it will play out with all of the companies [Apple, Google, Microsoft, etc.], but we believe fundamentally there's a place for competition."
Hebron lies on the southern reaches of the West Bank, and thus on a
major faultline in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It has to be one of
the last places on earth in which anyone would want to do business.
That’s why a couple of designers have proposed what might be the most
quixotic rebrand in the world.